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Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Fenistein, analyzes recent rulings, including a case wehre a condo owner prevailed on a motion for summary judgment after the building's board failed to adress
Paul D. Selver and Michael T. Sillerman, partners at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, review the different situations in which the Zoning Resolution of the City of New York authorizes transfers of de
Marc A. Landis, a partner at Phillips Nizer, and Lonica L. Smith, an associate at the firm, write that as a result of a new Department of Finance policy, virtually every New York City transaction inv
...demonstrate that 3206 Emmons is required by the Zoning Lot Development Agreement (ZLDA) to execute and deliver an authorization permitting plaintiff to file an application...
...PLAINTIFF SOUGHT declaratory relief regarding a Zoning Lot and Development Agreement (ZLDA), with defendant. Plaintiff argued it needed to merge its west zoning lot...
...connection with an agreement, known as a Zoning Lot and Development Agreement ("ZLDA"), made with defendant 485-497 Ninth Avenue Partners, LLC ("485 Ninth"). 485...
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